The manufacturer Yuneec presented its new portable drone Mantis Q, which arrives with support for voice commands and flight autonomy of 33 minutes. The product is a competitor of the DJI Mavic Air and therefore can also be folded for easy transport.
Official Website: Yuneec Mantis Q
The gadget has no mechanical video stabilization, so recording tremors are digitally removed through a 3-axis system. As the site points out Drone DJ, the solution is far from ideal, producing results without so much stability.
Available resolutions range from HD (720p) to Ultra HD (4K), with the maximum frame rate being 60fps available up to Full HD (1080p) resolution. Another detail to note is that electronic stabilization is turned off in 4K footage.
Mantis Q operates over Wi-Fi signals, which results in a reduced range of operation. The range to which it is certified depends on the regulatory agency. In Europe (standard CE), it is in the category of up to 800m, while in the USA (standard FCC) It certified for 1,5km.
The drone is very compact when folded, measuring 168 x 96 x 58mm. Its weight is about 480g, already including the camera and the battery.
Inside the product box comes the drone itself, a 3.7V / 2.800mAh flight battery, remote control, spare propellers and a serial charger that recharges up to 3 batteries at one time. The product is also sold in the X Pack, which comes with 3 batteries and 2 spare propeller packs.
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